Who is expected to be playing in the World Cup for Spain? Keep reading to find out which Spanish stars you could be watching with your Qatar World Cup Tickets.
Sensational Shot Stoppers
Spain is host to three unbelievably gifted goalkeepers. Known the world over for their match-winning and often title-winning saves - Spain should rest easy having three unbelievable goalkeepers to choose from.
The first to mention is David De Gea. A leader who has earned multiple major honours across his historic career. Winning the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and countless Community Shields with his club team - Manchester United. De Gea has also earned himself multiple person individual honours throughout his career, including golden gloves, multiple PFA team of the year awards among countless others. Despite not being the keeper he once was, David De Gea is still a better goalkeeper than most.
Kepa Arrizabalaga is the next best choice in goal for Span in this year’s World Cup tournament. Having lifted the Champions League, the Europa League, the Super Cup as well as the Club World Cup with Chelsea - Kepa is an outstanding talent and will be sure to give David De Gea some healthy competition.
The youngest goalkeeper for Spain is Unai Simon. Unai is quickly becoming a world-class superstar for his club team of Athletico Bilbao. Having just reached his 100th appearance for the club, this young goalkeeper is sure to give Luis Enrique something to contemplate when he decides his starting XI.
Spain is host to some incredible talents - most of which demand the very best from their teammates and themselves. None more so than the likes of Sergio Ramos, Sergio Busquets and Thiago Alcantara. These three individuals are the definition of serial winners whose trophy cabinets certainly speak for themselves.
Sergio Ramos is a player who has amassed 4 UEFA Champions League trophies, 5 La Liga titles, 3 UEFA Super Cups and 4 FIFA Club World Cups - all for Real Madrid alone. It is no secret that Sergio Ramos is one of the most decorated defenders in world football. Having his experience and demand for excellence will surely be an unquantifiable aspect for Spain moving forward.
Enter Sergio Busquets a player who is even more decorated than one of the greatest defenders of all time. Having won 8 La Liga trophies, 3 Champions Leagues as well as the FIFA World Cup in 2010 - Sergio Busquest’s experience of having already lifted the prestigious international trophy is sure to provide a wealth of experience for the national side.
Lastly, Thiago. Thiago Alcantara has won 4 La Liga titles with Barcelona, 7 Bundesliga titles with Bayern Munich as well as his most recent achievement of the EFL Cup with Liverpool. Thiago is a midfielder who strives for nothing but perfection for himself and those who plays around him. His ambitions will be sure to help Spain progress quite far in the World Cup competition.